Weight 330gEvaluation Mizuno sees the brand-new Wave Mustang as its closest rival to category favourites such as the Nike Air Pegasus and Asics Gel Cumulus. That means a no-frills, comfortably cushioned shoe that you enjoy pulling on every day. Mizuno has managed that with a room...
for stability-oriented neutral runners and mild overpronators. A great shoe for new runners, and excellent value.Try it on if you liked Mizuno Wave Phoenix (£50); New Balance 764 (£60)
Weight 341gEvaluation The previous Adrenaline GTS was one of the best shoes in the highly competitive stability market. That hasn’t stopped Brooks making some substantial changes. The good news is they’ve improved an already excellent shoe.Obvious changes are a lighter, more brea...
Weight 315gEvaluation The GRID Praxis joins Saucony’s range to provide comfort, support and performance alongside the GRID Nitrous. It’s a shoe that should appeal to neutral to mild overpronators looking for cushioning and some stabilty allied to a light, responsive feel. That th...
Weight 342gEvaluation If you only have £50 to spend on a running shoe, then the Nova Runner should feature on your list. With a good-looking and durable upper, Adiprene cushioning insert in the rearfoot and a substantial plastic shank extending up
The Air Storm Moto sees Nike ‘winterise’ another of its big-selling Bowerman shoes – the Air Max Moto. It’s basically the same shoe – a plushly cushioned, responsive and stable everyday trainer – but with a water resistant Clima-Fit upper and added ‘sticky’ rubber lugs on the out...
Weight 349gEvaluation The Supernova Cushion is one of Adidas's most successful shoes, so it's always careful with updates. This latest version sticks closely to the Cushion script, with a few subtle changes. It's now built on a wider last, so it feels a little roomier, a sensatio...
Weight 278gEvaluation One constant in Puma's range has been the excellence of its performance training and racing shoes. Shoes like the Prevail have offered a great combination of cushioning, stability and responsiveness.The Complete Belus continues in that vein. There's a low-p...
Weight 387gEvaluation New Balance is well known for simply upgrading its successful models, particularly its motion control shoes. That's not the case with the 815: it's a completely new shoe. And surprisingly, its not an all-singing and dancing shoe stuffed with the company's be...
and even makes a good performance trainer for heavier, less stable runners.Try it on if you liked Mizuno Wave Maverick £60; Asics DS Trainer £75
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